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Cody Rhodes Comments On The Most Misused Term In Wrestling

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• Cody Rhodes Comments On The Most Misused Term In Wrestling

During an interview on Broken Skull Sessions, Cody Rhodes talked to Stone Cold Steve Austin about a term that’s often misused – being ‘over’.

Cody said this term can’t be used for wrestlers who are basically ‘flavor of the month’ (wrestlers that gain short momentum boosts):

“I’m sure you, far more than anyone, has seen the misuse of wrestling terms.

I have never heard a more misused term than the term ‘over,’ and that was throughout my whole run as management or as an EVP (in AEW). I kept thinking, ‘I don’t wanna say that,’ because over means something different.

Over is what you and Rock are doing selling out Anaheim, selling every shirt in the building, and then moving 40 miles down the road to Ontario or L.A. and selling it out again.”

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (May 6, 1984) – David Von Erich Memorial Parade Of Champions

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on May 6, 1984, Fritz Von Erich’s World Class Championship Wrestling (WCCW) held the ‘1st Von Erich Memorial Parade of Champions’ at the Texas Stadium in Irving, Texas.

This was the 1st out of 5 “Parade of Champions” events that were held every year from 1984 till 1988.

The results of the event can be found here:

Kelly Kiniski vs. Johnny Mantell ended in a time-limit-draw

Chris Adams & Sunshine defeated Jimmy Garvin & Precious

Butch Reed defeated Chick Donovan

Kamala wrestled The Great Kabuki to a double-DQ

The Junkyard Dog defeated The Missing Link by DQ

NWA American Tag Team Championship: Rock & Soul defeated The Super Destroyers (c)

NWA World Six-Man Tag Team Championship: Kevin, Mike & Fritz Von Erich defeated The Fabulous Freebirds (c)

NWA World Heavyweight Championship: Kerry Von Erich defeated Ric Flair (c)

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